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was the fact he was able to get the all-powerful rupert murdoch media machine behind him in the late '90s. rupert murdoch was just as right wing then as he is now. but his right-wing tabloid "the sun," which is as dominant in british tabloid media as fox news is anywhere cable news, tony blair convinced the conservative rupert murdoch to have the conservative "sun" tabloid get behind the blair candidacy. this right-wing paper, "the sun," endorsed the labour party and tony blair. so after nearly two decades of the labour party in exile, tony blair got rupert murdoch's backing. that helped him get elected prime minister. labour got to be in charge of britain for the next decade. george w. bush got a new poodle. and we all got the iraq war. whatever you think of what tony blair did with his time in power, his rise to power was skilled, very skilled. and that skill was manifest in part with his triumph in the murdoch primary. josh marshall at the website talking points memos has been writing about this. he wrote about it this past summer and again today. the idea of the murdoch primary everyb
. >>> 2011 was kind of a year to forget for rupert murdoch. we'll look back at the hacking scandal that stopped the presses at the news of the world forever but inspired lots of column inches elsewhere. >>> now, all the currencies that you see here have strengthened against the u.s. dollar this tuesday, if only slightly, in this rather light trading. the euro and pound are up by between a fifth and a quarter of 1% while the yen is up over .1%. the euro is comfortably above 1.30 having gone down obviously in recent sessions to comfortably below 1.30 against the u.s. dollar by half a cent below that. recovering a cent and some change from the low it touched in 2011. >>> speaking of 2011, looking back over the year, news corporation has arguably made as many headlines as it has written this year. that's hardly surprising when one of the company's most popular outlets, "the news of the world," a tabloid sunday newspaper here in britain, was shut down altogether. the phone hacking scandal that enveloped the murdoch empire cost dozens of people their job. for a time it looked as if it wo
tantalizing moment, he was talking about rupert murdoch's dismisses arguments about the commission. >> it might not be his recollection. i can ask him for his recollection when we get there. >> that would mean that rupert murdoch himself will be called to give evidence. piers morgan signed off from the inquiry with a complaint. he said he felt like a badly treated rock star. his low points were constantly replayed but his successes were ignored. >> and other news, iraq's vice president has denied any wrongdoing after a warrant was issued for his arrest on terrorism-related charges. he described as fabricated the acquisition that he was linked to attacks on government officials. he accused prime minister maliki of being the plot to embarrass him. invalid's football association has banned -- england's football association has banned luis suarez for 8 games during an incident. pity the american dream. this caused many people from around the world to these shores but it has taken something of a beating. the latest census figures show how damaging the crisis has been. only one in -- one
the message. it may not be his recollection. >> that would mean rupert murdoch is to be called to give evidence. he hurried off to do his chat show. he said he felt like a badly treated rock star and it was no point to be replayed. this is "newsday". in north korea 11 days of official mourning for kim jong il. the communist dictator lies in state. >> more bloodshed in syria. activists say dozens have been killed in clashes. >> officials in the southern philippines have become victims of a tropical storm. many others just a missing. they have started to bury bodies in mass tombs. more on the situation with our correspondent. joining me on the line now. can you tell me how the relief operations are going? >> [unintelligible] right now we have 350 volunt eers. the rich and the ppooor. they are [unintelligible] >> do you believe the relief operations are coping with what is going on? are they struggling to cope? >> yes. there is an outpouring of the nation. the families are thankful. they have learned to accept their fate. >> can you describe what the conditions are like inside the evac
. that is how people are going to bond to our brand. not even rupert murdoch would come up with that. we just did that because it is what made us feel good. now we are thinking, with the burning man project -- it is interesting. my partners and i are thinking beyond our lifetimes. it is a bit of a legacy project. which is really interesting, an interesting exercise. that makes you feel differently about the present. so what would make something that durable? what would keep it alive that long? we have been alive and have grown for a quarter-century. it may not be hard to imagine an entire century at all. now we are found in an institution that will house and generate culture, and function as a community. wondering how we can be sure that it is not perverted, subject to internal divisions, will not perish. and that is a really good exercise, too. think about doing something that will last 100 years. >> thinking about the next couple of minutes, we should have questions from audience members. who ever has a question, start lining up. i'm going to ask one more and then we can start going into th
of my life," rupert murdoch shut down the tabloid... when the paper was accused of hacking the phones of celebrities.. voicemail of a murdered teenager.folbaum says: "two coming up in ouu 6 o'clock hhur... basketball legend... michael jordaa is back in spotlight... but not for his ssorts skills.. the big news.. .he's announcing to fans. fans.a great moment at ravens praatice thursday... three fans receive game balls...the emotional thank you from a life long ravens fan...next in sports. ((break 3)) 3 let's take a peek inside out purple pride photogallery... vashay sent us this picture of two adorable girls.. getting ready for a ravens game! and eet "lucy".she's an 11 week oll bbagle pup... and for ravens jersey. aad these are future ravens rookies!can't you tell?this iss camryn and jalil...thanks to jennifer for sending this in. show us youu purple pride. ou can upload photos and videos to us through purple -at -fox baltimore -dot- com. and you can see those pictures on our "see it shoot it send it" page at foxballimore dot com. or you can go to our facebook foxbaltimore.
a bit of it. >> okay. my last question is for you, mr. rupert murdoch. you said that your friend 52 years i think has stepped down and has resigned because he was in charge of the company at the time. in other words he said he was the captain of the ship and therefore he was lobbying. is it not the case that you for the captain of the ship, you are the chief executive officer of news corporation but you are in charge of it and you do not regard yourself as a hint of chief executive. this terrible thing happened on your watch. [inaudible] >> no. >> why not? >> because i feel that people i trusted him i'm not saying who, let me down and i think they behaved distastefully and be treated the company and me. i think that frankly prime the best person to clear this up. specs before mr. murdoch. i do very much appreciate your and encourage and having seen this through despite what just happened to you. thank you. >> thank you [inaudible] when you signed off on the payment, did you see or were you made aware of that transcript that he had? >> nope. i was not aware of that at the time. >> th
a candidate survive a securing on "the daily show" and "saturday night live"? >>> and rupert murdoch's team caught in a new con of spying. tl bud i'm stild stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't un-stuff your nose. really? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels fights your worst cold symptoms, plus it relieves your stuffy nose. [ deep breath ] thank you! that's the cold truth! [ tires screech ] [ crying ] [ applause ] [ laughs ] [ tires screech ] [ male announcer ] your life will have to flash by even faster. autodrive brakes on the cadillac srx activate after rain is detected to help improve braking performance. we don't just make luxury cars. we make cadillacs. how do you know which ones to follow? the equity summary score consolidates the ratings of up to 10 independent research providers into a single score that's weighted based on how accurate they've been in the past. i'm howard spielberg of fidelity investments. the equity summary score is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades today and explore your next inv
watching it live. the wife of rupert murdoch, the chairman of newscorp, got up and defended her husband go ens this pie throwing maniac in there and one of the headlines i loved, said crouching wendy, hidden tiger, that was new york post stuff. that's good. >> jon: with an about the wikileaks, julian asange putting out thousands and thousands of military secrets. >> welcome to the new world of media, online you can post everything and it gets out. whatever we think of asange, tht the future. >> and we're writing stories based on the cables and by the way i think a lot of the cables made the u.s. state department look much better than most of us thought they would. >> a net positive that it got out? >> positive and negative. the problem are the sources indirectly identified or directly identified who may have stopped talking to the yoo it's. >> i know kirsten, you had a favorite from pointers list of media errors you'd like to bring up. >> i didn't know i'd get to read that. >> yeah, it was the new york times, and they-- >> the newspaper of record? >> they had to put this correction out. an
in one sentence, this is the most humble bay day of my life. >> rupert murdoch shuts "news of the world," the paper accused of hacking the phones of celebrities, politicians, and the voice mail of a murdered teenager. murdoch's news corporation parent company of fox news. syracuse university assistant basketball coach bernie fine is fired after men say he molested them as boys. fine said he's innocent and jerry sandusky, the former penn state football coach, charged with sexually abusing a number of boys he said he was mentoring. the head coach joe paterno and other top officials force out for failing to alert police after an assistant said that he told them he believed he saw sandusky molesting a child. stay with fox for the latest on penn state and all of the scandals in 2012. in new york, i'm rick fulbaum, fox news. >> and the news is not over yet. >> it is not. a few more days. >> for the scandals to come in. >> that's right. >> and hopefully the next few days are pleasant into 2012. >> and not tomorrow but cloudier. >> okay. >> and i think we'll have some 50s before we close out 20
rupert murdoch's minions are not going off to have drinks with those they blass is not real americans and sympathizers and terrorists and the other rhetoric that comes out of the upper right to in from the left as well. irate for the left-wing blogs like the "huffington post" you can find my work regularly. when you read the comments and the articles, it is a fiery confrontation taking place from both sides and the idea and a polite to middle ground or loreal opposition is out the window. here is the third element i told you to remind me of. somebody did and they are just looking at me. [laughter] in the book "sex, mom & god" i talk about my mother. why? it is easy to play the game of demonizing see other. >> you would think there was sit-in's cousin in a way they never seem to read. they do nasty things which is okay, because you don't need friends from the fact is when will see a story of edith schaeffer in sit you believe it would be a litmus test. >> about scripture and theology but if your action reit. >> bereday man who has hitch a ride to his way across europe now looking for a
sitting around w eeping in their expensive soup about the fact that we were living in hell. rupert murdoch on the media. george bush was president. norman lear had his pulse on american culture for 30 years. why cannot figure out how to deal -- deliver a message that is important and happening? >> that is important. we can find messages that speak to people where they are. they can also have some satire like stewart or colbert. there is the idea of exposing with satire. it opens people's eyes to the hypocrisy and corruption of our politics. the problem is you want the captivating stories and images and vocabulary, but a lot of the colbert-stewart stuff is so absurd and over the top that people do not want to get engaged. >> that is where a large number of people get their news. >> i think the obama campaign was a pivotal point, bringing people in. now they leave. there is the possibility that people will come back in. i agree with that movements also have their problems. i think it is a moment of people waking up to the possibility of engagement in different ways, where they are, in commun
? >> no. >> another major scandal involved a global media corporation, the one run by rupert murdoch with a slew of top executives arrested in a massive phone hacking operation. >> did you close the paper down because of the criminality? >> yes, we felt ashamed at what had happened and wanted to bring it to a close. >> and there were the inevitable political sex scandals. one topping a congressman, one exposing the dark side of a french politician, still another forcing a candidate out of the presidential race. >> is there a picture out there was you in your drawers that you are worried about? >> i think any normal person could say with certainty whether a picture was a photo of them or not. >> that's not a public of you? >> you know, i can't say with certitude my system was hacked. pictures can be manipulated, dropped in and inserted. >> strauss-kahn who denies all charge pleaded not guilty and was released in house arrest. what do you want? >> i want justice. i want him to go to jail. i want him to know you cannot use your power like this. >> i know these are awkward questions, but
-:05 rick folbbum / fox news correspondent (on-cam intro and on-cam fox tag) 2:48-2:53 rupert murdoch / chairman & ceo, news corporation -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- -------------------------------- ---------------------------- folbaum says: "two thousand eleven : a year of scandals ranging from the silly to the sickening. there were ppenty of surprises, and some ugly shocks."charlie sheen claimed he was 'winning!'a"a&but e looked like hollywood's 'biggest loser'a"a&after hurling vile insults at his bosses. arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver...theii twenty-five year marriage á terminatedá...after arnold admits fathering their housekeeper's son. d-c...competing with hollywood in the "sex-capades."new york congressman anthony weiner resigns...after tweeting lewd pictures of himself to women. democraratic presidential candidate john edwards...indicted on charges he used illegal campaign donations...to hide his pregnant mistress. he's pleading not guilty. and republican c
was sort of vaguely mentioned by lord justice levin son that james and rupert murdoch could be called. >>> first, for you political junkies, the iowa caucuses are the first time the voters weigh in on the presidential candidates but it hasn't always been that way. what year were the iowa caucuses first used to kick off the nomination process. 1932, 1916 or 1972? if you know the answer, send me a tweet. i'll give a shout out to the first person with the right answer when we come back. ♪ sen♪ co-signed her credit card - "buy books, not beer!" ♪ ♪ut the second at she shut the door ♪ ♪ girl started blowing up their credit score ♪ ♪ she bought a pizza party for the whole dorm floor ♪ ♪ hundred pounds of makeup at the makeup store ♪ ♪ and a ticket down to spring break in mexico ♪ ♪ but her folks didn't know 'cause her folks didn't go ♪ ♪ to free-credit-score-dot-com hard times for daddy and mom. ♪ >>> welcome back, a moment ago i asked you this, what year were the iowa caucuses first used to kick off the presidential nomination process. if you said c, 1972?
an explanation. netflix reversed their decision. number two was rupert murdoch after all the news surrounding his "news of the world" after his tabloid was involved in phone hacking messages. take a look. >> i'm the founders of the company. i was appalled to find out what happened. >> i apologize. i have nothing nor say. >> he said he apologized and nothing more to say. >> finally. according to "time" magazine the number one apology the year, i think if you are trying to guess at home you guessed it right. here it is, jobs. >> i apologize. i apologize to other members of the media that i misled. i apolo fwiz to my wife. >> congressman weiner after admitting he sent photos to various women online. i have more. feel free to weigh in. >> one heck of a year. that's just the list of apologies. >> some people are thinking about aplow guys that didn't happen. >>> european leaders have come out with their latest plan to can taken the debt crisis. is it enough? we'll talk it over next. [ male announcer ] still getting dandruff? neutrogena® t/gel shampoo defeats dandruff after just one use. t/gel shampoo
that lovable and naughty. i find that cowardly and bullying. and shocking. >> rupert murdoch and his son, james, were grilled by parliament, then forced to pay millions in compensation. >> back in the u.s., we saw french leader's future crumble in a new york courthouse. dominique strauss-kahn once hailed as the future president of france, resigned as head of the international monetary fund after being accused of raping a hotel housekeeper. the charge was later dropped. the former leader of a 10,000-member fundamentalist mormon sect wasn't so lucky. he was convicted of sexually assaulting a 12 and 15-year-old girl. in arizona, jared lee loughner gunned down congresswoman gabbie giffords in a parking lot. she was shot in the head, but managed to survive. loughner was declared incompetent to stand trial in 2011, but may face the death penalty in the future. troy davis lost his fight on death row though he maintained his innocence until the end. >> this night, a state of georgia legally lynched a good, brave and innocent man. >> davis was put to death for the 1989 murder of an off duty savannah pol
. the prince is also an investor in apple and rupert murdoch's news corporation. >>> asian stocks are trading down in response to north korean leader kim jong-il's death. jackie deangelis joins us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >>> bouncing off of earlier losses in concert with the asian markets which fell on the news and uncertainty resulting from the death of north korean leader kim jong-il. south korea's kospi index dropped as much as 5% overnight. japan's nikkei down more than 1%. >>> meantime, u.p.s. says this thursday will be its busiest shipping day of the year with an estimated 26 million packages. u.p.s. expected to process an amplli average of 25 million packages this week. u.p.s. credits online shopping for the big boost to its business. back to you. >> jackie, thanks so much. hope you have a great day. thanks. >>> holiday shopping procrastinators, you could find some great bargains, but also big crowds between now and christmas. pricegrabber.com reports 41% of consumers, they will shop sometime this weekend. 43% of those who will be out shopping say they wait because
giant under fire. rupert murdoch shuts his news of the world, the paper accused of hacking the phones of celebrities, politicians, and the voice mail of a murdered teenager. the parent company of fox news. assistant basketball coach, bernie fine is fired after some men say he molested them as boys. fine says he is innocent. and jerry sandusky, the former penn state football coach charged with sexually abusing a number of boys he says he was mentoring. head coach, joe paterno and other top officials forced out for failing to alert police after an assistant says he told them he believed he saw sandusky molesting a child. stay with fox 4-rbgs the latest
, that's coming from rupert murdoch's "wall street journal." usually i don't agree with those guys. plus a new poll shows president obama's approval rating is up five points this month. 49% approve of 9 job he's doing. watch house republicans ignore democrats who have asked to bring the bill to the floor. >> the house stand adjourn until 10:00 a.m. on friday -- >> mr. speaker -- >> mr. speaker! >> i regret that the republicans who say they're here to work s. we were on the floor to do our work. and they walked out. >> the country's paying attention to this fight, and republicans could be in big trouble. joining me now is bill press, host of "the bill press show" on sirius/xm radio, and ryan grm, washington bureau chive for the "the huffington post." ryan, how much of an impact will this fight have on 2012? >> you know, i think that people are underestimating how much impact this will have. there are millions of people who, for a variety of reasons, are watching this extremely closely, much more closely than people think, first whoever is collecting unemployment benefits is watching this
is setting up a response to the illegal eavesdropping, conducted by rupert murdoch's news of the tabloid. this week's crime victims describe how murdoch's company ruined their lives and wreaked havoc on their company. dozens of employees are under arrest. >>> legal disputes in the penn state abuse scandal. the second-mile charity is agreeing to freeze assets to settle a lawsuit in a sexual abuse lawsuit. the unidentified man is planning a civil lawsuit, seeking damages from second mile and others responsible for sexual assault. jerry sandusky has been charged with sexually abusing eight boys. his preliminary hearing on 48 counts is set for december 13th. >>> one of the men who says he was sexually abused by a syracuse basketball coach is in court this week. the alleged defendant, zach thomaselli is accused of being a victim himself. >> for zach thomaselli, it has been a whirlwind week in this auburn courtroom, he's the defendant, facing similar charges. thomaselli is looking to get a more than three-hour recorded interview with police scratched from the evidence for his trial. he's charg
. >> july 10th. after 168 years in existence, rupert murdoch's newspaper shuts down. >> two explosions have rocked central oslo in the last hour, wounding at least eight people. >> july 22nd. terror in norway. in oslo, a bombing kills eight people. at least 70 people, many of them youngsters, attending a political youth camp, are shot to death. the tragedy stuns the tiny nation. the accused attacker is later described as a right wing christian extremisextremist. >> that was just the year up to july. the second half after this quick break. you tell us what you want to pay, and we give you a range of coverages to choose from. who is she? that's flobot. she's this new robot we're trying out, mostly for, like, small stuff. wow! look at her go! she's pretty good. she's pretty good. hey, flobot, great job. oops. [ powers down ] uh-oh, flobot is broken. the "name your price" tool, only from progressive. call or click today. >>> we have been looking back to this past year. we took you from january to july before the break and now, joe johns picks up the rest. >> it's a remarkably important moment a
who knows how to use it, rupert murdoch. yes, i did start out in tabloid newspapers. they were the only people -- we all aspire to be murdoch papers. no voicemail, no cell phones. >> just pings, and woolie mammoths. >> quills, but that was a scandal -- that is a scandal, because it's still rolling, that takes in power, corruption at the highest level through law enforcement. the idea that anyone in the public eye is okay to spy on, whether the public eye is on a victim of murder or they're just famous, i think it was a moment when the otherwise, you know, quiet majority, the people who buy these things every day, and may find it voyeuristic and titillating, where they said, you know what? we actually have some values and standards, and it's about time it stopped. big scandal. >> michael? >> fast and furious for me was the scandal that i think will have some legs going into 2012, simply because it speaking to a couple things, one, what the government is willing to do without thinking, thinking it through. we see that on debt and deficit, but we also see the devastating impact it
. this is the most humble day of my life," rupert murdoch shut down the tabloid... when the &ppaper was accused of hacking the phones of celebrities.. politicians.. and even the voicemail of a murrered teenager.folbaum says: "two thousand eleven : a year of scandals ranging from the silly to the sickening. there were plentyyof surprises, and some ugly shocks."in hollywood.... charlie sheen claimed he was 'winning!"... but he looked like hollywood's 'biggest loser after hurling vile insults at his bosses. arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver...their twenty-five year marriage á terminatedá...after arnold admits fathering their just a big-bucks t-v stunt?kim kardashian's 20-million dollar marriage only lasted seventy- two days! 3 a video camera found in a high school boys locker room. the allegations that shocked students about one oo their own leaders. a driver goes on a rampage. the trail of destruction he left in his wwke. 3 a high school a high chool principal is facing serious charges .. he's accused of recording teenage boys in a sccool shower. police say it happened at
humble day of my life. >> reporter: a media giant under fire. rupert murdoch shuts his british tabloid news of the world. the paper accused of hacking the phones. school for scandal b 180 teachers and principals in atlanta accused changing answers to hike standardized test scores. investigators say more than 80 educators confessed. and prosecutors charged high schoolers in new york with paying college students to take the s.a.t.s for them. syracuse university assistant basketball coach bernie fine is fired after some men say he molested them as boys. fine says he is innocent. and jerry sandusky, the former penn state assistant football coach charged with sexually abusing a number of boys he says he was mentoring. >> wait for the opportunity to present our side. >> reporter: head coach joe paterno and other top officials forced out for failure to report to police. stay with fox for the latest on penn state and all the scandals in 2012. in 2012. >>> coming up next, some popular movies get something well-deserved recognition. we are right back after this.  >>> today's facebook fan of t
. but the reality is, this is certainly not the only high-profile divorce. i mean remember rupert murdoch and $1.7 billion? michael jordan was about $150 million. tiger, around $100 million. but in this case, i think well deserved for somebody who has had a lot of difficulty and the judge said, she should live in the manner to which she has become accustomed. >> well, she will be able to keep up with 1 $54 million. >> just the clubs alone, belonging to clubs in hong kong and london, she got about $6 million just for that. >> you got stay with the clubs. >> and the $6 million yacht. >> you got to have the yacht. >> then the millions for the daughter. >> all right, nadia bilchik with our "morning passport." thank you, as always. >>> it is horrible waking up. trs har it is hard. >> we go from hundreds of millions of dollars from a settlement to people looking for jobs still right now. nearly 2 million americans could actually lose their unemployment benefits. january. families are struggling. congress still trying to decide its next step. stay with me.ic eeping ] [ male announcer ] still getting da
show "top gear." clarkson's good buddies with rebekah brooks, the woman in charge of rupert murdoch's news international and arrested this summer in connection with the company's phone hacking scandal. today clarkson kicked it into low gear when he launched a verbal tirade at the 2 million public sector workers who were currently striking in the united kingdom. >> i'd have them all shot. i would take them outside and execute them in front of their families. i mean, how dare they go on strike when they have pensioned that are going to be guaranteed while the rest of us have to work for a living. >> really? jeremy clarkson thinks working for a living means riding around in expensive cars and crashing them when he's done? he should try cleaning the streets, educating the children or caring for somebody who's sick. that's what real work is. but his talk about guilt-edged pensions sounds pretty familiar. the reason the brits are out in the streets is no different from why people are in the streets in this country. the british government wants them to work longer and for less pay and, of
, apple, and rupert murdoch's news corporation. >>> now to decision 2012, republican presidential hopeful mitt romney is expected to pick up another endorsement today. nbc news confirms that illinois senator mark kirk will formally endorse romney. kirk is the highest ranking republican elected in illinois. illinois will hold its presidential primary on march the 20th. other presidential candidates like rick perry and michele bachmann are entering the homestretch in iowa with bus tours. bachmann is on a ten-day bus tour through nine counties. she spoke with david gregory on "meet the press" yesterday about the nation's debt. >> we're acting like greece and italy. that's what people are frustrated with. they want us to act like a first world nation, not like president barack obama is doing. he's acting like we're a banana republic. we've got to get our act together and stop spending money we don't have. >> most candidates are redoubling their efforts between christmas and new year's, when voters will turn out. iowa caucuses are january 3rd. >>> republican officials in iowa are taking new st
was established by david cameron followed by questions of cell phone hacking working for rupert murdoch. this is a little over two hours. >> please sit down and make yourself comfortable. >> your full name. >> alice stair john campbell. >> now, you're hear today to provide testimony. since then, four things have happened. first of all, i believe you've signed the statement is that right? and therefore it is evidence. you've made three minor changes on the version that was provided. may i just identify for their benefit. >> yep. >> i'm working from the pagination of the right and giving the last five numbers. page 21094. right in the middle of the page after the news of the world in italics a name has been redacted. >> yep. >> that's in line with mr. hears' evidence. final paragraph. >> a manuscript from the version which is going to be on the screen. in substitution for on the fowcation. >> yep. >> and then page 211019, mr. campbell, the last two lines. sorry. the final sentence running on to the start of the next page, that is now being deleted. is this correct? >> that's correct. >> n
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